■店の前が すげ～れんが造り この塀 いいんじゃない。
■入ると 看板と こっちっていう 指示的な文言・・・。
■玄関を入って こんな感じ 通路がふいんきいいね。
■壁にベタベタ 貼ってます。これって昔の 番頭さんがいた場所？
■奥、みせてください って言って 見せてもらいました。ご先祖さん・・・。
■ひろいね ひろい この畳づくり！！
■古いのに 上品なトイレ お金持ちまちがいないね！
■天井の際がすごい 高そうなつくりかた 高いんでしょう、みたことないね。
■帰り際に 入口を撮ってみた。なぜかバイク やっぱこの辺はトレールやんね。
This is the first time I’ve read about the old folk house cafe “So-HAJIME” in the countryside. This space is worth it! You can see the old toilets, kitchens, baths, and making of rich houses for free. very!
I went to Wakayama’s Kominka Cafe So-HAJIME.
Recently, I’ve been going to old private house cafes due to the boom. Recently, following Wakayama, he went to Kominka Cafe So-HAJIME again. Isn’t this place nice? it’s recommended. Kokawa-cho is in Wakayama, but it has an image of the countryside, but it is very close to Wakayama city. Really close. So-HAJIME is also very easy to find because it is very close to Kokawacho station. I had trouble finding a parking lot, but they let me park in front of the store. Because there was so much space. The fence looks great too.
You can see the back of the old private house.
I wonder if the inside of the cafe is an old shipping wholesaler. In addition, he was a rich man in the past, and you can see the inside of the old private house in the back. Speaking of which, it’s not exactly a museum, but if you ask, they’ll be happy to show you around. Inside the old house, there are also small rooms that make you think that people who could use this house might have lived there. The toilet, bath, and kitchen are all shown in their old state. There is no entrance fee, it is a very reasonable cafe.
It is a neighborhood that I often come in search of “peaches of Arakawa”.
I’ve wandered around this area before to buy the famous “Arakawa peach”, but… Along the road, the Arakawa River… he couldn’t help but buy a peach. Wait, anyway, it’s a place relatively close to the highway and the city. The location is in the countryside, rich in nature, but… It’s also a place I’d like to visit if I have the chance.